Ms. Wajeeha Raoof is the Director of Cornerstone School and Roots and Wings Autism Centre. She is a founding member of the University of Lahore and a member of the Board of Trustees and Governors. She is also the pro-rector social sciences at the University of Lahore.
Ms. Wajeeha completed her MBA in Human Resource Management from University of British Columbia and has been involved in higher education since 1997. She has also delivered Cancer Prevention and Education programmes in Canada.
Ms. Hajra Jahangir is the Principal of Cornerstone School. She has over 25 years of experience as an educationist and has worked with some of the most renowned schools in the country. Ms. Hajra has completed training in instructional leadership and management from the University of Massachusetts, USA. She also specialises in the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme.
In addition to being the Principal at Cornerstone, Ms. Hajra also oversees the administration of the Roots and Wings Autism Centre and has attended Clinical Applied Behavioural Analysis Training and TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication related handicapped Children) programmes.
Ms. Saadia Anwar is the Vice Principal of Cornerstone School. She has over 17 years of teaching and administration experience. Ms. Saadia has extensive experience in teaching Pre-O Levels and O Levels classes.
She has worked with the International officers and Directors of Edexcel (Pearson) and attended several workshops on new curriculum development and subjects. Ms. Saadia regulates academic & administrative activities at Cornerstone including newsletters to parents, staff meetings and parent teacher conferences etc.
Ms. Sadia Naushad is the middle school coordinator at Cornerstone. She has over 13 years of teaching experience. She has completed her Masters degree in English Literature from Lahore College of Women University and received a distinction in ELT (English Language Teaching).
Ms. Sadia started her career at Cornerstone as a Middle School Coordinator and took upon the responsibility of grooming and polishing the skills of middle school students by introducing a student friendly, ICT incorporated and activity-based curriculum.
Ms. Azeema is the elementary school coordinator at Cornerstone. She started her career as an educator in Karachi where she teamed up with a state-of-the-art kids’ development centre.
She also completed a Masters Degree in Information Technology. Later, she moved to Lahore where she worked with some renowned schools as a senior educator before joining Cornerstone. Ms. Azeema is currently working towards different short courses in School Leadership from reputed organisations and is responsible for overseeing grades 1-5 at Cornerstone.
Ms. Asiya is the preschool academic coordinator and day care in charge at Cornerstone. She has completed her Bachelors in Arts, Bachelors in Education and a Masters in Philosophy. In addition, she has completed a certification in Early Childhood Education from USA and a Montessori diploma from Canada.
Ms. Asiya has brought contemporary teaching methodologies, creative ideas and child centred philosophy inspired by her North American experience to Cornerstone.
With over 6 years of experience in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis and Special Education, Ms. Aisha has dedicated herself to the rehabilitation and advocacy of the children with special needs and their families in Pakistan.
She is an internationally certified behaviour technician by Centre of Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) - USA. In 2015, her research questionnaire "The Autism Spectrum Quotient - Adult, Urdu Version" got published at Autism Research Centre, University of Cambridge, UK.
She is also a certified international provider of "The Listening Program (TLP)" a therapeutic listening program offered by Advanced Brain Technologies, USA. She is also currently pursuing certification as a Behaviour Analyst from the Florida Institute of Technology, USA.
At Cornerstone and RWAC, she designs, manages and oversees the educational and behavioural plans of SEN students. She also provides leadership and professional development training to the SEN staff.
We believe that schooling is the most significant phase in a child’s development because personality formation process of a child starts when he begins school.
We at Cornerstone realize the importance of this stage and emphasize the most appropriate and accurate type of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be inculcated at elementary level program.
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